October 4 - November 17, 2019, Activity, Daily - "Dig Historia - Archaeology". Members of the Friends of Coronado and UNM graduate students will survey and excavate a location of a 17th-century hacienda and the rail bed of a historic railroad track.
October 26, 2019 (Saturday), Field Trip, 9 A.M.-11 A.M. - "The Bosque's Fall Colors". Join Members Laurel and Jack Babcock for a 2-mile morning “saunter” through the yellow cottonwood trees near the Alameda Bosque and the acequias. The trail is level but maybe sandy or dusty. It’s a walk and talk covering the history of the town of Alameda and a pueblo that was located nearby.
November 16, 2019 (Saturday), Field Trip, 9 A.M.-11 A.M. - "In The Shadow of Cabezon". Join us for an autumn-audacious hike in the foothills around the Cabezon Peak. We will not be climbing the trail to the neck of Cabezon Peak but walking around its base. The hike will also explore nearby arroyos to see various sandstone outcroppings.
November 17, 2019 (Sunday), Workshop, 10 A.M.-Noon - "Split-Twig Figurine Workshop". Learn how to make Split-Twig Figurines at Coronado Historic Site. We will collect a branch of willow from near the Rio Grande at Coronado, split it and bend it into a deer effigy.